watched time and again when san francisco breaks ground on environmental policy. plastic bags, water bottles, styrofoam food containers, mandatory recycling, and later, mandatory composting, and then opening the streets on sundays for walking and bicycling. in all of these instances, there was controversy surrounding this ground-breaking policies, and concern that this would hurt business. the sunday streets, so controversial that it was actually about prohibiting funds for the city streets, because businesses in certain parts of the district or the city actually say that they thought they would lose business. well, the reality is the opposite. sunday streets is one of many examples that demonstrate that actually groundbreaking policy does not hurt business, and implemented creatively and with the affected output -- 84 your time. -- thank you for your time.